String or green beans can be cooked whole or cut into pieces. These are cut into half the length and served with Pesto or other sauces. There is a huge benefit of eating string beans, especially when cooked specifically according to the ayurvedic method. This humble vegetable can crush all kidney stones.
Cinnamon String Beans
Cinnamon string beans make an amazing side to grilled or baked foods. Cinnamon is a great complement to string beans that add the wow factor to this dish. Nutritional benefits: String beans are a rich source of vitamins A, B6, C, and K and folic acid, which are very helpful in keeping the functions of the body healthy by reducing oxidative stress and boosting the normal operations of your bodily functions. They're also a good source of iron, which supports the flow of blood and metabolism, calcium, magnesium, copper, silicon, and potassium that support heart health, bone health, and digestive health. From an Ayurvedic perspective, string beans have an astringent flavor. They aid in the formation of all seven types of dhatus or body tissue, particularly muscle tissue, making them especially important for vegetarians. They also improve immunity and reproductive health.
- 100g string beans
- A sprinkle of white pepper
- Few dashes of cinnamon powder
- 1 tbsp roasted sesame oil
- 2 tsp soy sauce or to taste
- 2 tbsp coconut cream or creamy yogurt
- A dash of paprika powder as garnish
Wash and cut off the tops of the beans and cut all beans into two halves.
In a saucepan over medium heat, add sesame oil and sauté the beans with soy sauce until tender, as these beans can be firm.
Remove saucepan from heat and sprinkle with cinnamon powder and mix it well.
Place on a serving plate and place a dollop of yogurt on top and garnish with paprika powder.
2.8g Saturated fat